In-vitro Fertilization is a process through which an egg is fertilized by a sperm outside the body. IVF is a key treatment for infertility when other methods of assisted reproductive technology have failed to yield results. In this process, monitoring and stimulation of a woman`s ovulatory process is followed by the removal of ovum from the woman`s ovaries to allow sperm fertilization in a fluid medium outside the womb. On the other hand, there have been many ethical issues surrounding this process. For instance, some doctors have implanted multiple births in a woman who does not have the means to afford care of the resulting children. For this course, the society has a role to play in reducing multiple pregnancies among its citizens. The first effective way a society can achieve this is by drafting and enacting regulatory limitations that inhibit the number of embryos transferred in an IVF cycle. This will discourage willful multiple embryo implant acceptance that patients allow to boost their chances of a successful IVF cycle.
On the other hand, there is a necessity for the community funding, as a way of plummeting manifold parturitions; this procedure goes hand in hand with the decrees that support lone embryo transference. Public funding at this stage will be directed towards the assisted reproductive technology. Having a regulation to have single embryo implants would only drive patients away to other parts of the world to get multiple implants. Public funding of IVF process would counter this because it will lower the cost substantially, and many patients or couples would be much willing to accept a single embryo implant since the process would not be expensive. Finally, there should be strong advocacy by the society concerning the dangers of multiple pregnancies and the need of a safe delivery.